Stephen Arbogast’s teaching career focuses on international finance, project finance, business ethics and the business of energy. He is the author of “Resisting Corporate Corruption: Cases in Practical Ethics from Enron through the Financial Crisis” (Wiley, 2017). His Exxon career spanned 32 years and included assignments as finance manager of Esso Brasileira, treasurer of Exxon Capital Corporation and finance director of Esso Standard Thailand. He received a master’s degree in public affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, his BA in government from Cornell University and a master’s degree in theological studies from the University of St. Thomas, Houston.
Dan Domeracki joined the Kenan-Flagler Business School, Business of Energy MBA faculty in 2019 and serves as Associate Director for the Energy Center. He retired from Schlumberger with 41 years of global industry experience. As a member of Schlumberger’s corporate team, he was responsible for Schlumberger’s government affairs program, managing the non-lobbying, non-political, interactive working relationships with governments in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. Dan was also responsible for building Schlumberger’s first fully integrated social and environmental corporate responsibility function, called Schlumberger Global Stewardship. Dan holds a Masters Degree in Geology from the University of South Carolina.
Rachel White serves as an Associate Director with Career and Leadership. One of her focus areas is Energy, where she uses her strengths to coach students, advise club leaders, and sustain strong UNC alumni relationships with past Energy students.
Rachel holds a BA in international studies from UNC-CH and a MEd in higher education administration from NC State University.
Sandra is responsible for identification of high-quality employment opportunities for all UNC Kenan-Flagler MBA students and alumni and leads strategy with employers, corporate partners & alumni.
Her primary areas of focus are Energy & Investment Banking. She also manages recruitment efforts beyond the on-campus process including direct-hire opportunities.
Jani Brown serves as the Project Assistant at the Energy Center. She is passionate about Energy and Education and brings 24 years of experience in the corporate and education field to work on the Energy Center’s projects.
Jani has spent a large part of her career working internationally on ventures in South Africa, Saudi Arabia and China. Originally from South Africa, she was committed to teaching and building relationships within its previously disadvantaged communities.